It’s incredibly rewarding to see how many milestones your child reaches throughout the school year. Fill out this chart to see concrete proof of just how much your kiddo learns and grows from the first day to the last!
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By Stephanie Seneker Reading stories to your child can help them become familiar with sounds, words and language skills. Along with that, it can spark your child’s imagination, help brain development and inspire curiosity and creativity. Teaching children to read helps them develop listening and language skills. Studies also show that reading for pleasure makes […]
While at the park, you see your child take a toy away from another child. Your first instinct is to grab the toy away from your child and say something like, “We don’t take toys from people. Now, tell him you’re sorry.” However, many early childhood educators suggest that forcing children to apologize, when they […]
As parents, we want our children to be generous, kind, and cooperative with others. We may think we can help them learn these skills by requiring them to share with others. However, many educators now believe forcing children to share does not actually teach the intended lessons. So let’s start by thinking about the social […]